Does anyone know of any flights that could be happening in Eastern Pennsylvania for Prenolepis imparis? My first queen I have EVER caught was a P. imparis, but with my lack of knowledge on ants and how to care for them, she died, so I would like to catch another one and see if I could successfully keep one this time around. Well I know that they like the cold, so I was thinking maybe they have their flights earlier in the year? Could someone please confirm to me that they do? Also, the temperatures are ranging from about 30 to 46 right now, and it's supposed to snow, so will that effect them at all?